The Apple Watch 2 is said to include GPS for accurate workout logging without the need to carry an iPhone, and the Workout app reportedly will gain the ability to track swimming – suggesting a higher level of waterproofing in the next Apple Watch.
While Apple has not declared the current Apple Watch waterproof, users have found that it holds up well in Splash, Shower, and Swimming tests.
The source of this information does not have a proven track record; however, the improvements do seem like a logical progression of Apple's plans. The iPhone 6s featured notable improvements in water resistance and rumor has it the iPhone 7 could be waterproof and dustproof as well.
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